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do you think research will fall more on the pharmaceutical companies and the government will put it on the back burner?
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do you think research will fall more on the pharmaceutical companies and the government will put it on the back burner?
Weegy: The pharmaceutical industry is engaged in Research and Development (R&D) ... For more than a century the conglomerate of global pharmaceutical ... Most blockbuster drugs do cause significant side effects however. ... [ Candidate drugs which are not going to generate sufficient profits will be put on the back burner, even if ... ] (More)
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"Much of the thrust of today's interest in total quality care eliminating research and surveys originated from the teaching of W. Edwards Deming. Demin obtained a doctoral in mathematical physics from yale university in 1928. He was perhaps best known for the work he did with Japanese managers and engineers regarding quality management. What is your opinion?
Weegy: The economic changes brought about by increased trade and the emergence of cities created new tensions in medieval society. These tensions permeated the boundaries of class, gender, ethnicity, and religion. [ [ The interaction between rural and urban classes led to the establishment of new political organizations and laws designed to balance the needs of competing classes. As towns emerged, new social classes?such as merchants and artisans?disrupted the established social patterns of medieval society. According to the traditional view, three orders worked together in the rural community: the warrior aristocracy, or people who fight; the peasantry, or people who work; and the clergy, or people who pray. These traditional communities were organized in a hierarchy and bound together like a family, with the noble acting as a father figure over his household and the village inhabitants. Townspeople, who earned their living through crafts or commerce, broke from these rural obligations and familial ties, so they created new social networks through associations called guilds. Merchant guilds protected the town's interests by regulating trade with outsiders and providing benefits for members. Craft guilds organized by tanners, butchers, and weavers set wage and price controls and established rules for apprenticeship and membership. To some religious writers, the urban freedoms of the newly chartered towns seemed to undermine the traditional hierarchical order of society. Others thought merchants were worldly and materialistic because they did no work of their own but rather profited from others' labor by buying and selling goods. ] ] (More)
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Why Do you think surveys should be divided into sections so that health care providers can really identify which areas need the most improvement and resolve any issues?
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When working with with a patients the healthcare providers, What are some important safety rules?
Weegy: Something important would be to never dispose of blood or bodily fluids in a normal trash can. They must be put in a biomedical waste bin. (More)
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